Electoral results for the district of Bundamba

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This is a list of electoral results for the electoral district of Bundamba in Queensland state elections.

Members for Bundamba[edit]

First incarnation (1873–1912)
Member Party Term
  Simon Fraser Unaligned 1873–1878
  William Hendren Unaligned 1878–1880
  James Foote Unaligned 1880–1888
  Thomas Glassey Labor 1888–1893
  Lewis Thomas Ministerialist 1893–1899
  James Cribb Various1 1899–1912
Second incarnation (1992–present)
Member Party Term
  Bob Gibbs Labor 1992–1999
  Jo-Ann Miller Labor 2000–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

Queensland state election, 2015: Bundamba[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 20,413 61.20 +22.27
Liberal National Stephen Fenton 8,204 24.60 −11.05
Greens Ava Greenwood 2,732 8.19 +3.05
Family First Luke Harris 2,007 6.02 +2.83
Total formal votes 33,356 97.71 +0.33
Informal votes 782 2.29 −0.33
Turnout 34,138 88.82 −2.26
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 22,753 71.43 +19.61
Liberal National Stephen Fenton 9,101 28.57 −19.61
Labor hold Swing +19.61
Queensland state election, 2012: Bundamba[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 10,945 38.93 -22.39
Liberal National Michael Kitzelmann 10,022 35.65 +12.48
Katter's Australian Bernard Gaynor 2,461 8.75 +8.75
Independent Angela Watson 2,213 7.87 +7.87
Greens Jim Prentice 1,445 5.14 -2.03
Family First Deborah Acason 897 3.19 +0.55
Independent Alf Viskers 132 0.47 +0.47
Total formal votes 28,115 97.38 -0.22
Informal votes 756 2.62 +0.22
Turnout 28,871 91.08 +0.58
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 12,354 51.82 -19.41
Liberal National Michael Kitzelmann 11,486 48.18 +19.41
Labor hold Swing -19.41

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

Queensland state election, 2009: Bundamba[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 15,470 61.3 -7.5
Liberal National Simon Ingram 5,846 23.2 +1.6
Greens Ric Nattrass 1,808 7.2 -0.7
Independent Patricia Petersen 1,026 4.1 +4.1
Family First Bevan Smith 666 2.6 +2.6
DS4SEQ Cameron Hodges 411 1.6 +1.6
Total formal votes 25,227 97.1
Informal votes 621 2.9
Turnout 25,848 90.5
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 16,559 71.2 -4.0
Liberal National Simon Ingram 6,687 28.8 +4.0
Labor hold Swing -4.0
Queensland state election, 2006: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 17,101 68.5 +5.3
Liberal Paul Cole 5,503 22.0 +3.1
Greens James Prentice 1,955 7.8 +0.9
Independent Alf Viskers 418 1.7 +1.7
Total formal votes 24,977 97.0 -0.5
Informal votes 768 3.0 +0.5
Turnout 25,745 91.1 -1.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 17,781 74.8 -0.1
Liberal Paul Cole 5,998 25.2 +0.1
Labor hold Swing -0.1
Queensland state election, 2004: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 14,456 63.2 -8.4
Liberal Paul Cole 4,321 18.9 +4.0
One Nation Mike Atkin 2,520 11.0 +11.0
Greens Jim Prentice 1,570 6.9 -6.5
Total formal votes 22,867 97.5 +1.5
Informal votes 583 2.5 -1.5
Turnout 23,450 92.1 -1.3
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 15,631 74.9 -6.0
Liberal Paul Cole 5,241 25.1 +6.0
Labor hold Swing -6.0
Queensland state election, 2001: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 15,356 71.6 +23.4
Liberal Mardi McLean 3,196 14.9 +3.0
Greens John McKeon 2,881 13.4 +10.5
Total formal votes 21,433 96.0
Informal votes 896 4.0
Turnout 22,329 93.4
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 16,043 80.9 +15.3
Liberal Mardi McLean 3,786 19.1 +19.1
Labor hold Swing +15.3
Bundamba state by-election, 2000[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 11,217 57.25 +9.09
Liberal Michele Cole 2,909 14.85 +2.98
City Country Alliance Heather Hill 2,723 13.90 +13.90
Greens Sean Curley 1,134 5.79 +2.84
Independent Colene Hughes 870 4.44 +4.44
Independent Bill Heck 564 2.88 +2.88
Independent Martin Poole 177 0.90 +0.90
Total formal votes 19,594 97.04
Informal votes 597 2.96
Turnout 20,191 84.74
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo-Ann Miller 12,383 71.07 +14.9
Liberal Michele Cole 5,041 28.93 +28.93
Labor hold Swing N/A

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

Queensland state election, 1998: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Bob Gibbs 10,030 48.2 -10.0
One Nation Colene Hughes 7,135 34.3 +34.3
Liberal Jeff Matijasevic 2,472 11.9 -12.6
Greens John McKeon 614 2.9 +2.9
Democrats Andre Klingbeil 577 2.8 +2.8
Total formal votes 20,828 98.3 +1.4
Informal votes 358 1.7 -1.4
Turnout 21,186 92.9 +1.9
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Bob Gibbs 11,213 56.2 -8.6
One Nation Colene Hughes 8,733 43.8 +43.8
Labor hold Swing -8.6
Queensland state election, 1995: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Bob Gibbs 11,436 58.1 -11.7
Liberal Yale Stephens 4,814 24.5 +24.5
Independent John Ranizowski 3,425 17.4 +17.4
Total formal votes 19,675 96.9 +0.9
Informal votes 635 3.1 -0.9
Turnout 20,310 91.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bob Gibbs 12,285 64.8 -5.0
Liberal Yale Stephens 6,665 35.2 +35.2
Labor hold Swing -5.0
Queensland state election, 1992: Bundamba
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Bob Gibbs 13,019 69.8 +1.5
Independent Hank Schimmel 5,633 30.2 +30.2
Total formal votes 18,652 96.0
Informal votes 776 4.0
Turnout 19,428 90.7
Labor hold Swing +1.5

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